Poker Charts

 

20 Poker Charts That Every Player Must Know

 

 

The purpose of this comprehensive article is to serve as the only resource you’ll ever need to use in relation to the use of charts in poker. Consisting of contents ranging from bankroll suggestions to poker preflop charts to pot odds charts, this incredible resource has it all!

1. Poker Winning Hands Chart: Hand Rankings

Here you’ll find the top-ranking poker hands from the very best, a Royal Flush, to the very worst, High Card.

 

HAND NAME

DEFINITION / EXAMPLE

Royal Flush

A-K-Q-J-T (all of the same suit)

Straight Flush

8-7-6-5-4 (all of the same suit)

4-of-a-Kind

A-4-4-4-4

Full House (Boat)

A-A-A-J-J (three of one, two of the other)

Flush

A-J-8-4-2 (all of the same suit)

Straight

8-7-6-5-4 (of various suits)

3-of-a-Kind (Set/Trips)

A-K-5-5-5

Two Pair

A-A-J-J-2

One Pair

A-A-7-4-2

High Card

A-Q-9-6-3 (different suits, non-connected, unpaired)

 

2. Poker Hands Chart: Top 10 Starting hands in Texas Hold’em

Not all hands are winners in poker. On this list you’ll find the Top 10 Starting Hands in Texas Hold’em – these are the ones that can make you the most money.

 

Rank

Hand Name

Hand Abbreviation

1

Pocket Aces

AA

2

Pocket Kings

KK

3

Pocket Queens

QQ

4

Ace-King Suited

AKs

5

Pocket Jacks

JJ

6

Pocket Tens

TT

7

Ace-King Off-suit

AKo

8

Ace-Queen Suited

AQs

9

Ace-Jack Suited

AJs

10

King-Queen Suited

KQs

 

3. Poker Hands Chart: Common Starting Hand Nicknames

Poker Hand Nicknames are very common in poker. Here is a list of the most popular ones that the majority of poker players use.

 

Hand

Hand Nickname

AA

Bullets / Rockets

KK

Cowboys

QQ

Ladies

JJ

Fishhooks

88

Snowmen

77

Walking Sticks

44

Sail Boats

33

Crabs

22

Ducks

AKs

Big Slick

AJ

Blackjack

K9

Canine

T2

Doyle Brunson

Q7o

Computer Hand

 

4. Poker Hands Chart: Common Made Hand Nicknames

In addition to Starting Hand Nicknames, there are a slew of Made Hand Nicknames in poker. Check out these common phrases:

 

A-K-Q-J-T straight

Broadway

A-2-3-4-5 straight

Wheel

A-2-3-4-5 straight flush

Steel Wheel

K-K-K-K-X

Four Horsemen

2-2-2-2-X

Mighty Ducks

 

5. Poker Blinds Chart: Names of Table Stakes 

Knowing the blind level at your poker table is very important. However, in many live and online poker rooms the blinds are equated to the stakes, so it’s important to know both terminologies.

*Note that the name of stake is representative of the $ amount for 100bb’s for that stake level

 

Blinds

Name of Stake

(No Limit Hold’em)

Miscellaneous Notes

$0.01/$0.02

2NL

Lowest stake available online (select sites)

$0.02/$0.04

4NL

 

$0.05/$0.10

10NL

Lowest stake available online (all sites)

$0.10/$0.25

25NL

 

$0.25/$0.50

50NL

50NL and below are typically considered “Micro Stakes”

$0.50/$1.00

100NL

Lowest stakes available live (select locations)

$1/$2

200NL

Lowest stakes available live (most locations)

$2/$5

500NL

 

$5/10

1000NL

Start of high stakes games (online)

$10/$20

2000NL

 

$25/$50

5000NL

Start of high stakes games (live)

 

6. Abbreviations for Player Positions at a Poker Table

As you start to learn more about poker, you’ll need to familiarise yourself with the names for the various positions at the table – for both full ring and short-handed games.

 

10-max (Full Ring)

 6-max (Short Handed)

Abbreviation

Position Name

Abbreviation

Position Name

UTG / EP1

Under The Gun + 1 /

Early Position 1

n/a

n/a

UTG+1 / EP2

Under The Gun +1 /

Early Position 2

n/a

n/a

UTG+2 / EP3

Under The Gun +2 /

Early Position 3

n/a

n/a

MP1

Middle Position 1

n/a

n/a

LJ / MP2

Lojack / Middle Position 2

UTG

Under the Gun

HJ / MP3

Hijack / Middle Position 3

HJ

Hijack

CO

Cutoff

CO

Cutoff

BTN

Button

BTN

Button

SB

Small Blind

SB

Small Blind

BB

Big Blind

BB

Big Blind

 

7. Poker Starting Hand Chart (6-max Cash, 100bb): Hand Chart Notation

Getting to know which hands to play and in which positions is even more important than the actual hand. This 6-max Cash Hand Chart details the hands you should play and the position.

Starting Hand Chart
poker chart legend

 

 

8. Poker Starting Hand Chart (9-Max Cash, 100bb): Linear Notation

If 9-Max tables are more suited to your game, this chart show you which hands to play from the 9 positions at a poker table, including UTG, the Blinds and the BTN.

Position

% of Hands

Starting Hand Range

UTG

10%

77+, ATs+, KTs+, QTs+, J9s+, T9s, 98s, A5s, AQo+

UTG +1

10%

77+, ATs+, KTs+, QTs+, J9s+, T9s, 98s, A5s, AQo+

UTG +2

13%

77+, A8s+, K9s+, Q9s+, J9s+, T9s, 98s, A4s-A5s, AJo+

LJ

16%

55+, A2s+ K9s+, Q9s+ J9s+ T8s+, 98s, 87s, 76s, AJo+, KQo

HJ

20%

44+, A2s+, K8s+, Q9s+ J9s+ T8s+, 97s+, 87s, 76s, 65s, 54s, ATo+, KJo+, QJo

CO

26%

22+, A2s+, K5s+, Q8s+ J8s+ T8s+, 97s+, 86s+, 75s+, 65s, 54s, ATo+, KTo+, QTo+, JTo

BTN

40%

22+, A2s+, K2s+, Q5s+ J7s+ T6s+, 96s+, 85s+, 75s+, 64s+, 53s+, 43s, A4o+, K9o+, Q9o+, J9o+, T9o, 98o

SB

47%+

22+, A2s+, K2s+, Q4s+ J6s+ T6s+, 95s+, 84s+, 74s+, 63s+, 53s+, 43s, A2o+, K8o+, Q8o+, J8o+, T8o+, 98o

 

9. Poker Pot Odds Chart (Relating to Bet Sizings Used)

THIS CHARTS SHOULD BE USED FOR:

Calculating Required Equities to Be Profitable

and

Deciding Value to Bluff Ratios

FORMULA: Bet Size / (Initial Pot Size + (2 x Bet Size)) OR

                    Bet Size / (New Pot Size + Bet Size)

 

Bet Size

Bettor

Must Win

Caller Must Win

Calling Odds:

Bettor

Value Bet %

Bettor

Bluffing %

25%     (1/4-pot)

20%

17%

5 to 1

83%

17%

33%     (1/3-pot)

25%

20%

4 to 1

80%

20%

50%     (1/2-pot)

33%

25%

3 to 1

75%

25%

66%     (2/3-pot)

40%

28%

2.6 to 1

72%

28%

75%     (3/4-pot)

43%

30%

2.3 to 1

70%

30%

100%   (Pot)

50%

33%

2 to 1

67%

33%

150%   (1.5x-pot)

60%

38%

1.7 to 1

62%

38%

200%   (2x-pot)

66%

40%

1.5 to 1

60%

40%

 

10. Poker Odds Chart: Outs and Equities (Poker Equity Chart)

Need to know the percentage of improving to that straight or flush by the turn, river or both? These percentages will help you get the right answer.

 

Outs

Hand Examples

Percent Chance of Improving

Turn or River

Turn Only

River Only

1

 

4.26%

2.13%

2.17%

2

Pocket Pair to Set

8.42%

4.26%

4.35%

3

One Overcard to One Pair

12.49%

6.38%

6.52%

4

Gutshot Straight Draw

16.47%

8.51%

8.70%

5

One Pair to Two Pair or Set

20.35%

10.64%

10.87%

6

No Pair to Pair (Hold’em)

24.14%

12.77%

13.04%

7

Set to Full-House/Quads

27.84%

14.89%

15.22%

8

Open-Ended Straight Draw

31.45%

17.02%

17.39%

9

Flush Draw (FD)

34.97%

19.15%

19.57%

10

Gutshot + 2 Overs

38.39%

21.28%

21.74%

11

 

41.72%

23.40%

23.91%

12

Gutshot + FD

44.96%

25.53%

26.09%

13

 

48.10%

27.66%

28.26%

14

 

51.16%

29.79%

30.43%

15

Open Ended Straight Draw + FD

54.12%

31.91%

32.61%

16

 

56.98%

34.04%

34.78%

17

 

59.76%

36.17%

36.96%

18

 

62.44%

38.30%

39.13%

19

 

65.03%

40.43%

41.30%

20

 

67.53%

42.55%

43.48%

 

11. Poker Equity Chart: Common PREFLOP Scenarios

You can never know exactly what an opponent is holding, but this chart helps by matching up hands in common heads-up scenarios.

 

HAND  #1

EQUITY #1

vs HAND #2

EQUITY #2

Overpair (AA)

81%

Underpair (KK)

19%

Overpair (AA)

92%

Dominated Overcard (AK)

8%

Overpair (AA)

81%

Two unsuited undercards (87o)

19%

Overpair (AA)

77%

Two suited undercards (87s)

23%

Overpair (AA)

88%

Junk (72o)

11%

Two overcards (AK)

62%

Two undercards (87)

38%

Two overcards (AK)

46%

Lower pair (88)

54%

One overcard (A5)

56%

Two middle cards (87)

44%

One overcard (A5)

31%

Lower pair (88)

69%

One overcard (A5)

34%

Undominated pair (55)

66%

One overcard (AQ)

62%

Sandwiched Lower Cards (KJ)

38%

Dominating higher card (AK)

73%

Dominated higher card (AJ)

27%

Dominating lower card (A5)

69%

Dominated lower card (65)

31%

 

12. Poker Equity Chart: Common POSTFLOP Scenarios

Post-flop, you can also get a rough idea of how your hand matches up in various scenarios based on this chart below:

 

Hand #1

Hand #2

Example Flop

Flop %

Example Turn

Turn %

Top Pair

Dominated TP

AK v. A5 on AT7

88% v. 12%

AK v. A5 on AT72

92% v. 8%

Top Pair

Dominated

TP + GS

AK v. A5 on A43

70% v. 30%

AK v. A4 on A538

83% v. 17%

Top Pair

2nd Pair + GS

A8 v. 76 on 864

65% v. 35%

A8 v. 76 on 8642

79% v. 21%

Two Pair:

2nd and 3rd

Top Pair

+ overcard

87 v. AT on T87

72% v. 28%

87 v. AT on T872

82% v. 18%

Flush Draw

Top Pair

8s7s v. AK on Ks5s2x

37% v. 63%

87s v. AK on Ks5s2x3x

20% v. 80%

Flush Draw + Overcard

Top Pair

As2s v. QJ on Js6s5x

45% v. 55%

As2s v. QJ on Js6s5xTx

27% v. 73%

Flush Draw

Set

As2s v. 66 on Js6s5x

26% v. 74%

As2s v. 66 on Js6s5xTx

16% v. 84%

OESD

Set

87 v. 66 on 962

26% v. 74%

87 v. 66 on 9623

19% v. 81%

OESD

Top Pair

87 v. A9 on 962

35% v. 65%

87 v. A9 on 9623

19% v. 81%

OESD

+ Overcard

Top Pair

A7 v. K9 on 986

41% v. 59%

A7 v. K9 on 9862

25% v. 75%

Gutshot

+ Overcard

Top Pair

A7 v. K9 on 985

29% v. 71%

A7 v. K9 on 9852

16% v. 84%

 

13. Minimum Defence Frequency (MDF)

THIS CHARTS IS USED FOR:

Helping you determine frequency you need to continue to make Villain’s zero equity hands indifferent to calling.

FORMULA: Initial Pot Size / (Initial pot Size + New Bet Size)

 

Bet Size as % of Pot

Minimum Defence Frequency (MDF)

25%      (1/4-pot)

80%

33%      (1/3-pot)

75%

50%      (1/2-pot)

67%

66%      (2/3-pot)

60%

75%      (3/4-pot)

57%

100%    (pot)

50%

150%    (1.5x pot)

40%

200%    (2x pot)

33%

 

NOTE: If you re at a range disadvantage, it is fine to fold slightly more hands on the flop than required by MDF above. The flop is the best street to over-fold because the pot is smallest. and you have the least invested.

14. Preflop Raise Sizings: Raise Size after Limpers / 3bet Sizings

The following examples can be used to determine the sizes of your pre-flop raises.

Pot-Sized Raise (2bet) vs. a Limp

NOTE: Formula is Pot + 1bb for being OOP

NOTE: Suggestion is to add 1bb for each additional limper

IP vs. Limp

SB vs. Limp

BB vs. IP Limp

BB vs. SB Limp

4.5bb

5.0bb

4.5bb

3.0bb

 

Pot-Sized 3bet Raise vs. PFR Sizings (IP vs. OOP)

IP vs. 2bb

IP vs. 2.25bb

IP vs. 2.5bb

IP vs. 3bb

IP vs. 3.5bb

7.5bb

8.25bb

9.0bb

10.5bb

12bb

 

Pot-Sized 3bet Raise vs. PFR Sizings (SB vs. IP villain)

NOTE: Formula is Pot + 1bb for being OOP

SB vs. 2bb

SB vs. 2.25bb

SB vs. 2.5bb

SB vs. 3bb

SB vs. 3.5bb

8.0bb

8.75bb

9.5bb

11.0bb

12.5bb

 

Pot-Sized Raise vs. PFR Sizings (BB vs. IP villain)

NOTE: Formula is Pot + 1bb for being OOP

BB vs. 2bb

BB vs. 2.25bb

BB vs. 2.5bb

BB vs. 3bb

BB vs. 3.5bb

7.5bb

8.25bb

9.0bb

10.5bb

12bb

 

Pot-Sized Raise vs. PFR Sizings (BB vs. SB)

NOTE: Formula is 3x raise size (no extra dead money)

NOTE: Suggestion to raise larger when deeper (re: stack sizes and implied odds)

BB vs. 2bb

BB vs. 2.25bb

BB vs. 2.5bb

BB vs. 3bb

BB vs. 3.5bb

6.0bb

6.75bb

7.5bb

9.0bb

10.5bb

 

15. Bankroll Management: Bankroll Requirements Based on Win Rate

Using the following chart as a guideline for starting bankroll levels, you will have a 3% chance of going broke per the chart outlined below.

 

Win Rate

# of BB Required

# of buy-ins

$ at Stakes 1/2

$ at Stakes 2/5

$ at Stakes 5/10

3bb/100

10,000

100 buy-ins

$20,000

$50,000

$100,000

5bb/100

8,000

80 buy-ins

$16,000

$40,000

$80,000

7bb/100

6,000

60 buy-ins

$12,000

$30,000

$60,000

10bb/100

4,000

40 buy-ins

$8,000

$20,000

$40,000

13bb/100

3,500

35 buy-ins

$7,000

$17,500

$35,000

16bb/100

3,000

30 buy-ins

$6,000

$15,000

$30,000

20bb/100

2,500

25 buy-ins

$5,000

$12,500

$25,000

25bb/100

2,000

20 buy-ins

$4,000

$10,000

$20,000

 

16. Bankroll Management: Guidelines for Bankroll for Texas Hold’em

For ultra-aggressive BRM, shots can be taken when you have 14 buy-ins of the next stake, but you should move back down, if you drop to 10 buy-ins of that same stake.

 

Stakes

Minimum Buy-in

(~20bb)

Maximum Buy-in

 (~100bb)

Bankroll Requirements

(~100bb buy-ins)

Safe (100 BI)

Aggressive (20 BI)

2NL

$0.40

$2.00

$200

$40

5NL

$1.00

$5.00

$500

$100

10NL

$2.00

$10.00

$1000

$200

25NL

$5.00

$25.00

$2500

$500

50NL

$10.00

$50.00

$5000

$1000

100NL

$20.00

$100.00

$10,000

$2000

200NL

$40.00

$200.00

$20,000

$4000

500NL

$100.00

$500.00

$50,000

$10,000

1000NL

$200.00

$1000.00

$100,000

$20,000

 

17. Bankroll Management: Tournament Bankroll Requirements

With 30% ROI is assumed, the Bankroll Tournament Chart below acts as a guideline for bankroll management.

 

Number of Players in Tournaments

Number of Buy-ins Required

9 players

24 buy-ins

45 players

69 buy-ins

90 players

103 buy-ins

245 players

154 buy-ins

550 players

219 buy-ins

1,200 players

289 buy-ins

2,600 players

375 buy-ins

 

When grinding it up, tournament rake will have a massive effect on ROI. Especially when just starting out, strive to find tournaments that have less than 13% rake.

When you dip about 20% below the required bankroll, it is wise to start lowering your average buy-in (ABI). Mix in smaller games where you have a larger win rate.

18. Full-Limit Hold’em (FLHE) Minimum Buy-in Chart

NOTE: All stakes of FLHE, including micro stakes can generally be found online. If Limit Hold’em is offered in a live setting, generally stakes will start at either $1/$2 or $2/4.

 

Limit

Small Blind

Big Blind

Typical Minimum Buy-In

$0.02/$0.04

$0.01

$0.02

$0.20

$0.05/$0.10

$0.02

$0.05

$0.50

$0.10/$0.20

$0.05

$0.10

$1.00

$0.25/$0.50

$0.10

$0.25

$2.50

$0.50/$1.00

$0.25

$0.50

$5

$1/$2

$0.50

$1

$10

$2/$4

$1

$2

$20

$3/$6

$1

$3

$30

$4/$8

$2

$4

$50

$5/$10

$2

$5

$100

$6/$12

$3

$6

$100

$8/$16

$4

$8

$150

$10/$20

$5

$10

$200

$15/$30

$10

$15

$300

$20/$40

$10

$20

$400

$30/$60

$15

$30

$600

$40/$80

$20

$40

$800

 

NOTE: Where applicable, such as in stakes of $3/$6 and $5/$10, the small blind is typically rounded down to the closest dollar.

NOTE: Remember that for limit games, the stakes provided refer to size of the small bets and big bets; not the preflop blinds (as in No-Limit).

19. Value Betting Frequencies for Flop / Turn / River Based on Bet Sizings Used

Learning when to value bet and how much is imperative in poker. This chart will show you your river, turn and flop value bet frequency based on the pot size.

 

River Bet Size

River Val Bet Freq.

Turn Bet Size

Turn: Value Bet Freq.

Flop Bet Size

Flop Value Bet Freq.

150% (1.5x-pot)

62%

150% (1.5x-pot)

38.4%

100% (1x-pot)

25.7%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

26.9%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

28.8%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

31.9%

 

 

100% (1x-pot)

41.5%

100% (1x-pot)

27.8%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

29.1%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

31.1%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

34.4%

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

43.4%

100% (1x-pot)

29.1%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

30.4%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

32.6%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

36.0%

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

46.5%

100% (1x-pot)

31.2%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

32.6%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

34.9%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

38.6%

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

51.4%

100% (1x-pot)

34.4%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

36.0%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

38.6%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

42.7%

100% (1x-pot)

67%

150% (1.5x-pot)

41.5%

100% (1x-pot)

27.8%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

29.1%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

31.1%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

34.4%

 

 

100% (1x-pot)

44.9%

100% (1x-pot)

30.1%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

31.4%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

33.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

37.3%

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

46.9%

100% (1x-pot)

31.4%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

32.8%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

35.2%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

38.9%

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

50.3%

100% (1x-pot)

33.7%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

35.2%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

37.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

41.8%

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

55.6%

100% (1x-pot)

37.3%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

38.9%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

41.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

46.1%

75%   (3/4-pot)

70%

150% (1.5x-pot)

43.4%

100% (1x-pot)

29.1%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

30.4%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

32.6%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

36.0%

 

 

100% (1x-pot)

44.9%

100% (1x-pot)

30.1%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

31.4%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

33.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

37.3%

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

49.0%

100% (1x-pot)

32.8%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

34.3%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

36.8%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

40.7%

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

52.5%

100% (1x-pot)

35.2%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

36.8%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

39.4%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

43.6%

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

58.1%

100% (1x-pot)

38.9%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

40.7%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

43.6%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

48.2%

50%   (1/2-pot)

75%

150% (1.5x-pot)

46.5%

100% (1x-pot)

31.2%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

32.6%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

34.9%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

38.6%

 

 

100% (1x-pot)

50.3%

100% (1x-pot)

33.7%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

35.2%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

37.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

41.8%

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

52.5%

100% (1x-pot)

35.2%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

36.8%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

39.4%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

43.6%

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

56.3%

100% (1x-pot)

37.7%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

39.4%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

42.2%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

46.7%

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

62.3%

100% (1x-pot)

41.7%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

43.6%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

46.8%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

51.7%

25%   (1/4-pot)

83%

150% (1.5x-pot)

51.4%

100% (1x-pot)

34.4%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

36.0%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

38.6%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

42.7%

 

 

100% (1x-pot)

55.6%

100% (1x-pot)

37.3%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

38.9%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

41.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

46.1%

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

58.1%

100% (1x-pot)

38.9%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

40.7%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

43.6%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

48.2%

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

62.3%

100% (1x-pot)

41.7%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

43.6%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

46.8%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

51.7%

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

68.9%

100% (1x-pot)

46.2%

 

 

 

 

75%   (3/4-pot)

48.2%

 

 

 

 

50%   (1/2-pot)

51.7%

 

 

 

 

25%   (1/4-pot)

57.2%

 

NOTE: If bluffs have good equity and you have range advantage, you can bluff with slightly more combos than otherwise (i.e. on the flop) because of the profitability of bluffing.

NOTE: STEP 1: Total betting combos = (# of value combos) / (value bet frequency)

            STEP 2: (Total betting combos) – (# of value combos) = # of bluffing combos

20. Push Fold Chart: Nash Poker Chart (Poker Shove Chart)

Charts provided below are push/fold charts for heads-up play. Therefore, for games with more than 2 players, push charts are applicable for SB open shove ranges and call charts are applicable for BB calling vs. SB shoves.

For the pusher chart, if you divide all the numbers by 2, you can see which hands you should be pushing with from the Button. By the same thought, if you divide all of the original numbers on the chart by 4, you’ll find a solid pushing range from the CO.

Some of the figures will be impossible to calculate accurately for the CO and/or positions further to the right of the blinds because the highest figure that the chart provides is “20+” big blinds, which is used for many hands in the chart.

nash poker chart